Canon unveiled their latest entry level DSLR to combat Nikon and other big name brands, in order to strengthen their hold in the DSLR market.
Canon launched its new 650D/T4i that carries with it a new feature that could be copied by other camera makers.
The 650D/T4i features a touchscreen LCD, which is a new thing when it comes to entry level DSLR. It also has an 18 million pixel APS-C Hybrid CMOS sensor that enables hybrid autofocus. The 650D/T4i is the first Canon DSLR to ever have such a feature.
The 650D/T4i has full HD video recording capability and can shoot up to 5fps.
The usual nine AF or autofocus points can be found on the DSLR screen, which can be used in reflex mode.
The screen size of the Canon 650D/T4i features a 3 inch vari-angle Clear View LCD II touchscreen. The menu options can be selected via the touchscreen and other functions. For those of you who are not happy about the touchscreen feature, all the buttons are still there for you to manipulate your camera via the old fashion way.
DSLRs are common nowadays, due to their affordable prices and the Canon 650D/T4i entry level camera can be yours for $1,180 with a kit lens.
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